If you have an antique piece of
furniture you may have something of value which often you do not
think of. We have done restoration on furniture of the '600
worth tens of thousands of euros, with surprising results, for
this type of work the techniques we use are the original ones
that date back to that the furniture, this is important to
ensure the high quality of our work which leaves the original
characteristics intact of the wood and maintaining the value
But the cause of the deterioration is not only aging, but also
time, weather such as humidity, high and low temperatures and
exposure to sunlight are factors that influence the composition
of the wood, not less important are the damages caused by
termites or mold.
The real wood remains a "live" material.
There is no clear scientific explanation for this itís just an
empirical fact: you could say that as an older person becomes
slower in their movements, so does old wood is moves more slowly
i.e adapting its content of moisture to that of its environment
with increasing slowness.
This is the reason for which it is preferable in the restoration
to use old wood, wood that is more compatible in its movements
with the rest of the piece of furniture. In addition to this
other valid reasons dictated by the transformation of the
surface over time, the color, and the consistency are also
Do you think that your old furniture cannot restore itís
original beauty and splendor?